About Us

Randy Cornelius

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Randy Cornelius has been doing leatherwork most of his life. He was introduced to Leathercraft in grade school some 40 years ago  where he made his first set of saddlebags which he still has today. Randy started making things out of necessity, being around horses all his life, he started making horse gear and tack along with other necessities like belts, billfolds and other personal items. He branched out making things for friends, co-workers and family until it became the business it is today. 

Being in law enforcement he became  adapt in making law enforcement gear and gun leather along the way. Randy takes pride in making quality leather items that last many years and in some cases a lifetime. He uses only quality American made leather and the finest hardware  available. Every item is custom made to  order to suit the customer’s needs. He has a complete modern saddle shop where everything is made right at his home. Anything  from a custom made saddle to purses, belts, wallets and everything in  between is hand made by Randy, nothing is outsourced. Custom repairs of all kinds are gladly accepted.  Attention to detail and a quality product is his goal. 

Randy has won many awards on the international level competing against other leathercrafters around the world. 

Riley Cornelius

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Riley Cornelius, my son has  been doing Leathercraft since he was 14 years old and has been helping me in  the leather business for the last several years. He too has become a very  accomplished leather carver. 

In 2006 he received the “Ann Stohlman award for Youth Achievement in Leathercraft” This is and international award only given to few youth under the age of 18 for their  accomplishments in the field of Leathercraft. Riley has won several awards for his leather craft on the International level for the last several years in a row. He is an accomplished artist in his own right.

In 2006 Riley received the “Ann Stohlman award for Youth Achievement in Leathercraft” This is  and international award only given to few youth under the age of 18 for their  accomplishments in the field of Leathercraft.

Family Awards

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Randy and Riley teach leather craft classes every year at the International level and to individuals and groups such as 4-H and Boy Scouts. Please contact us for upcoming classes or to schedule a future class.  


Getting Started

We prefer to do business with people on a more personal note.  Feel free to call us, or send us an email to get your project started today.